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I haven’t heard from the neuro’s office yet about the trials. But I’ll be sure to post as soon as they phone.

More exciting, though, my new book came yesterday. The Healing Code by Dermott o’ Connor. He had an aggressive form of ms, and now, eight years later, he is in the best shape of his life. He give his five step recovery plan, detailing how each of the techniques is done. I’m so psyched. He puts it in such a user-friendly manner. Even though not all the material is new to me, he makes it a lot more accessable.

I haven’t been committed enough to becoming healthy. Dermott says that it should be like an athlete training for the olympics. And the ‘prize’ is going to be mcuh better than a gold medal. I’m reading the book furiously, can’t wait to start implementing it.

I used to feel so bad that I’m not working, and bringing my share. Then I realised that the most important job I have right now, is improving my health. Anyway, I don’t cost that much to feed, I’m fasting half the time, lol. (I wish.)

Tomorrow is my next Body Cleanse detox. Looking forward to it.

I’m using my time more constructively now. Less tv and messing around on the internet, etc, and more productive ‘stuff’.

I’m also not going to be blogging as much. I mean, I’ll still be blogging every day, but no long-winded ramblings about dragonflies and otters and shit. More about my (hopeful) progress. That is why I am keeping a journal, anyway. So that I can look back over time and see how far I’ve come. 

Written by Maggie

January 30, 2007 at 4:48 pm

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  1. It’s really hard to dedicate yourself to something like what Dermott is advocating. As a parent with a full time job, I have to re-evaluate what I do each day to stay on task … even with that, I catch myself floundering and have to give my brain a reality check.

    Don’t let the depression of having this disease pull you down … it’s a death sentence. Part of being healthy is being happy. Really.

    mdmhvonpa

    January 30, 2007 at 6:27 pm


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